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One of my favorite places in Oslo. Located not so far from the city centre (you can walk along the river from Opera / Bjørvika area), it makes you feel closer to nature and offers a stunning view no matter what the season and weather...More
This waterfall very cool and a must see in Oslo, but as fas as I’m concerned that goes for almost the entire Akerselva river: walking alongside that is so enjoyable. Aside from this big waterfall it has some smaller ones as well, that are just...More
Follow the river up to Vulkan 11 and hear the raging waters before you see them. Really enjoyed this waterfall. Not big by any means, but there are kids playing at the small water park next to it even in the rain and cold.
The whole Akerselva rute is very nice and a must thing to do in Oslo. Walking by the river and near the area of Grunerløkka you will meet this small but beautiful waterfall which is frozen for many months during the winter. During the spring...More
We had already spent a few days in Oslo and had done several of the "touristy" things in the more central part of the city. However, this trail and its waterfalls were off the beaten path. The area had a more laid-back and hip vibe....More
Our kids saw this waterfall on a TV show and wanted to see it while in Oslo. We made our way there during a stroll through the city. It's a very tranquil and scenic park area along the small river that flows through the city....More
I used to work right next to this waterfall. It was nice to eat lunch in the sun and hear the noise. Very soothing. It's also great to see it frozen up in the winter months. Then in Spring for the big melt. Very dramatic.